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(a) Upon completion of installation, a boiler or unfired pressure vessel covered by AS 18.60.180 must be inspected by a deputy inspector or special inspector and identified by state vessel number assigned by the department.
(b) The state vessel number will be affixed as follows:
(1) except as provided in (2) of this subsection, a steel boiler or unfired pressure vessel will be stamped, preferably on the nameplate, with at least five-sixteenths-inch numbers. The stamping must be plainly visible and easily read. If a high-pressure unfired vessel is in service, an identification tag provided by the department may be used until the vessel nameplate can be properly stamped.
(2) marking pencils may be used if they are designed to make notations that are permanent and readable. The state vessel number must be placed above or below the manufacturer's information nameplate.
History: Eff. 6/21/84, Register 90; am 10/21/92, Register 124
Authority: AS 18.60.180
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